There’s a new face on the team as the line up their first tenant for the Lower Hill Redevelopment Project.
Last week, the restaurant and entertainment company announced that they’ve signed a memorandum of understanding with the Pittsburgh Penguins to bring one of their locations to the project.
The plan includes two stories of dining and social spaces, with an outdoor patio and a bar with 360-degree views of Downtown. The restaurant will serve food from a scratch kitchen with craft beer on tap.
Spread throughout the complex will be entertainments such as “ping pong, darts, board games, classic video games, bowling, private karaoke rooms and more,” according to a press release.
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